Just another Sunday where nothing much is really going on after Church. I decided to attempt to learn swimming. Concluded that swimming is really easily if you learn it as a kid.
Then the very spontaneous gathering with dinner with husband's friends and we found ourselves at a very delish chinese tze char place where you need reservations to secure a table. It not quite a restaurant but a stall in a coffee shop. We got ourselves a pretty small table but we made do.
Ordered 5 dishes to share, out of which these few items were a bomb!
(This is so good, pumpkin butter prawn balls.)
(Another favourite- Marmite Honey Chicken!)
(Their signature beancurd)
We ordered the century egg/ salted egg veg and this other prawn egg as well. All the dishes were really good! It was definitely worth the trip. We paid about $50 plus for all including rice.
Decided to pop by Thomson area to carry on with all that catching up. Haven't been inside Thomson V two and so convinced the rest to go exploring. Ended up at November8, loved that they opened till 11pm on weekends!
Loved the old school chairs!
We shared a strawberry waffle (they ran out of peaches) and a slice of rainbow cake. Rainbow cake was alright, nothing spectacular but liked that it wasn't too sweet. The waffles were really good, crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside. It was polished off rather quickly. I would really like to come back and give their brunch a try. I saw the chef doing scrambled eggs and it looks really delightful!
The only downside would be the smell in the cafe. I came out smelling a little unpleasant haha! Maybe the ventilation might need some fixing.
My sunday ended on a delicious note!